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Cat Edwardes Jun 28
A Red-eyed tree frog (Agalychnis callidryas) makes its way along a twisted vine in the Costa Rican cloud forest. © Cat Edwardes Photography
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Vapues Tours Nov 19
These iconic rain-forest amphibians sleep by day stuck to leaf-bottoms with their eyes closed and body markings covered. When disturbed, they flash their bulging red eyes and reveal their huge, webbed orange feet and bright blue-and-yellow flanks.
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Eric Etchart - Ultimate Photographer May 3
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Peter Cayless Aug 18
Finally tracked down this noisy chap. Red eyed tree frog. ncayless_94 @ Monteverde, Costa Rica
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Nima World Jan 17
The red-eyed treefrog is a species of anuran amphibian which lives from southern Mexico to northwestern Colombia
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Joe Wilcox Oct 3
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Melissa Hill 📚🎬📺 Mar 20
Nighttime frog hunting in jungle this time 3 yrs ago! Love this pic of then-6 y/o David Attenborough-in-training... 🐸🐸🐸 🇨🇷 @ La…
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Allison Anderson Oct 16
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Claire Ford Jul 22
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Philippa Spicer Sep 18
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Kristen 🇺🇸 Oct 14
Night hikes in are amazing! We saw so many wonderful creatures. From the to . Amazing!
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Ian Locock May 30
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Claire Ford Dec 30
And people say having a 🐸 must be boring! My little predator Ronnie 🙌 …
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Jessica Dickson Sep 16
Beautiful red eyed tree frog (Agalychnis callidryas) I saw in La Selva, Costa Rica this summer. Especially love the nictitating membrane (aka inner eyelid) Many thanks to my dad for the camera- best birthday gift ever
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Vera Clare Berkshire Oct 2
Inktober Day 2 - RING MASTER : This fabulous frog leads a menagerie of talented performers! …
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Uncharted Adventurer Apr 8
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CutTheCrapCostaRica Jul 1
Leaping into a new week. • 📸uxiephotos • Tag and hashtag us in your post: & • • • • …
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Ralph Velasco Jul 7
Red-eyed tree frogs almost only come out at night. @ Crocodile Bay Resort, Costa Rica
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Earl Nov 2
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Matt Harris Apr 1
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